‘Trump is king of hypocrisy’, says Nikki Haley campaign

Feb 7, 2024

New Delhi: Confrontation continues between former US President Donald trump And his only GOP challenger, Nikki Haley, advanced on Tuesday. HaleyThe campaign labeled Trump the “King of Hypocrisy”. The charge issued by Haley's campaign alleges that Trump has a history of supporting Democratic candidates, even though he is now positioning himself as a Republican stalwart.
“Trump is the king of hypocrisy,” the Nikki Haley campaign said in a statement. He raves and raves about Nikki Haley's campaign supporters, but a new report from RealClearPolitics analyzed Donald Trump's FEC filings and “A long list of Democrat mega-donors was revealed who actively funded candidates like Chuck Schumer and Hillary Clinton.”
Haley communications director Nachama Soloveitchik said, “When Nikki Haley was passing conservative policies as governor, Donald Trump was donating to liberals like Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris. Now liberal Democrats are returning the favor and Funding his campaign.”
“Donald Trump was the liberal of New York City for longer than the so-called Republicans. Turns out he's also the biggest hypocrite,” he said.
Trump's spokesperson, steven cheung Haley fired back, saying, “Nikki Haley and she have had some tough times, so she's looking for someone who can fund her dream – even if it means losing her candidacy. Had to beg the Democrats.”
“Their entire political existence depends on the Democrats giving them money and attacking Republican elections. When their scheme was exposed, Haley called her campaign manager on a press call to do damage control to tell him that they would now Why Liberal Super Donors Are Grateful to Reid Hoffman and Matt Kohler,” Steven Added.
“It's plain to see that Haley's campaign is a big effort to either make her name ID for a lifetime after politics or audition for a cable news contributor contract with Fake News. By the time the Nevada caucuses take place on Thursday, She'll be a three-time loser walking a lonely path back to her beloved state of South Carolina, where the people she once represented will reject her,'' he said.
The exchange of accusations came as Haley attempted to present herself as a new alternative to Trump's leadership style. Haley's campaign released an ad titled “Blessed”, comparing Trump's perceived shortcomings to Haley's vision of a “new generation of conservative leadership”. Haley's team emphasizes her record of challenging the political establishment and prioritizing the interests of taxpayers.
(with agency input)

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